Robson Ranch Views reports that the Robson Ranch Arizona Ladies Social Club awarded 2016 scholarships to four graduates of Santa Cruz Valley Union High School in Eloy. The recipients were Hector Hermosillo, Jr., Yulisa Olvera and Yahira Ortega all of whom will be attending Central Arizona College and Arilena Martinez who will attend Mesa Community College.
Wrangler News and the Arizona Republic report that “Big Fish” the musical is coming to the Mesa Community College Performing Arts Center for six performances, July 15-23. AZ Republic
Photos and write up on the MCC Rose Garden on the Arhtisticlicense.com blog. MCC Rose Garden _ ARHtistic License.pdf Part 2.pdf MCC Rose Garden _ ARHtistic License Part 3.pdf
Allied.com featured MCC as an educational institution, a great place to take in the arts, and the home of the largest rose garden in the desert Southwest.
Maricopa Community College Television reports on MCC's Automation Program. https://www.facebook.com/MCTV115/videos/1101475123223844/
The East Valley Tribune reports that Mesa Community College has named an interim president, Sasan Poureetezadi. The Week in Review - East Valley Tribune_ Arizona.pdf
The Tempe Wrangler reports that the MCC production of All in the Timing begins in October.
MCC Red Mountain professor Andrew Holycross, Ph.D., herpetologist and expert on reptiles in Arizona, is assisting Bob Reed, Ph.D, from the USGS Fort Collins Science Center in Fort Collins, with setting snake traps along a cattail bank at Mittry Lake near Yuma, AZ. Reed is leading a 10-week investigation on the spread of southern and common watersnakes in the West.
Recruiting news on MCC athletes Isaiah Moore and Jordan Zimmerman from Chatsports, SunTimes and StateNews. Jordan Zimmerman http://statenews.com/article/2016/06/more-spartans-in-mlb-draft and Isaiah Moore http://honolulu.suntimes.com/hawaii-rainbow-warriors/7/100/164074/2017-boise-state-football-recruiting-broncos-land-commit-from-isiah-moore http://www.chatsports.com/mountain-west/a/source/2017-boise-state-football-recruiting-broncos-land-commit-from-isiah-moore-12562960
This is the second part of a two-part article discussing youth resistance training appearing in inMaricopa.com, written by Craig Nolan, a member of the Exercise Science faculty at Mesa Community College. Nolan_ Designing a safe resistance training program for youth _ InMaricopa.pdf